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Raphia australis, the giant palm or rafia, is a species of raffia palm in the Arecaceae family. It is found around Kosi Bay in Mozambique and South Africa. It is threatened by habitat loss by agriculture; it is being threatened in Bobole Special Reserve but is secure in Kosi Bay.
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